- v.Funding; Plagiarism; Diversion; Illegal possession
- adj.The appropriate
- WebAppropriate; Proper; Suitable for
- To charm away..Ennui, is the chief and appropriate business of the poet.
- Some peoples think of women as too weak to work out of doors, others regard women as the appropriate bearers of heavy burdens.
Source: M. Mead
- They must behave in a manner appropriate to the myth in which they were participating.
Source: J. Bowen
- Actually, he looks lots better when he isn't dressed as he thinks appropriate for dinner at Illyria.
Source: A. Lurie
- At an appropriate moment I shall strike the gong.
Source: B. England
- He makes a wordless noise appropriate to male approval of female pulchritude.
Source: T. Stoppard
- He was dressed in a tweed suit appropriate either to countryman or academic.
Source: D. Jacobson
- The music on the radio was turned off; somehow a bit of quiet seemed more appropriate.
Source: G. Boycott
- Appropriating the whole ships provisions to themselves.
Source: G. Anson
- The name 'priesthood'..was never appropriated by apostles to themselves.
Source: E. Mellor